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5 Best Stories on Real Money: Cramer's 'No Matter What' Stocks, Hungry Traders

Here are five must reads from Jim Cramer, Paul Price, and the team at Real Money/Real Money.
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How does one navigate markets as the first quarter unwinds with so much drama? Here's how.

In this suddenly treacherous market you can lower the odds of making a mistake and raise the odds of a winner.

Discovery and ViacomCBS had peaked last week on Reddit-like momentum buying combined with frantic short covering and saw big volatility. Therein lies opportunity.

Yes, Archegos Capital Management blew up, but there are several banks to like, especially regionals and super-regionals.

Trading in multiple time frames allows for more concentrated positions and bigger returns while staying diversified and reducing risk.

It's all on Real Money right now.

Here are five must reads from the columnists of Real Money and Real Money Pro, our premium sites for Wall Street professionals and active investors:

Jim Cramer: My Short List of 'No Matter What' Stocks for the Great Re-Opening

Don't make it hard on yourself. Don't try to guess what works and what doesn't. Go with what works no matter what and you lower the odds of making a costly mistake and raise the odds of a long-haul winner

The goal is to find something that will be done no matter what when it comes to people who have more money than they had before and finally some options to do something with it, writes Jim Cramer.

Paul Price: Huge Selloffs Offer Red Meat to Hungry Traders

When stocks suffer enormous percentage declines, it's always worth looking to see if the moves might be overdone, observes Paul Price. If so, there are typically great premiums for those willing to take the opposite stance via the options market.

That's when premiums are elevated, based on increased volatility. That was certainly the case with shares of both Discovery Inc.  (DISCA)  and ViacomCBS  (VIAC) . That smelled like an opportunity.

Stephen Guilfoyle: As Financial Stocks Get Hit With the Archegos Debacle, Here Are the Ones I'd Buy

Last week, the trading operation run by Bill Hwang known as Archegos Capital Management blew up, notes Stephen Guilfoyle.

Past the big name banks , the regionals and super-regionals will do best in a rising rates environment as they don't have all the ancillary business that the larger banks can rely upon to drive revenue, and sometimes get them in a jam. Here are two picks.

Maleeha Bengali: As a Curve Ball Whops the Market, I See a Golden Opportunity

Quarter and month end are very hard to navigate as the true theme of the market is distorted and there are curve balls thrown at us from all sorts of directions. The best way is to ignore the noise, and focus on the bigger theme and these opportunities,
explains Maleeha Bengali.

Rev Shark: Build Bigger Profits by Trading in Multiple Time Frames

There are many advantages to trading a single stock in a variety of time frames, and here are three key suggestions, offers James "Rev Shark" DePorre. This method requires a different mindset and much more effort, but the rewards, if you develop an effective style, are tremendous.


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